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Table 189a: Race - Adult nursing home discharges who received at least one rehabilitative service, by race, United States, 1999a

  Total White Black
Population group Percent SE Percent SE Percent SE
             
Total 52.6 1.4 53.2 1.4 47.9 4.0
             
Age            
    18-64 49.6 2.9 52.7 3.3 35.9 4.9
      18-44 *33.7 6.0 *33.5 7.3 ** **
      45-64 53.3 2.9 57.0 3.3 *36.8 5.3
    65 and over 53.1 1.5 53.3 1.4 50.7 4.6
      65-74 62.8 2.8 63.3 2.5 *61.5 9.7
      75-84 55.2 1.8 55.9 2.1 50.1 4.8
      85 and over 46.8 1.6 47.0 1.7 41.3 6.2
             
Gender            
    Male 54.7 1.9 55.8 2.0 46.5 4.9
    Female 51.3 1.5 51.6 1.5 48.8 5.2
             
Residence location            
    Urban (MSA) 54.5 1.6 55.2 1.5 50.9 4.3
    Rural (Non-MSA) 46.0 3.1 47.0 3.3 *26.9 4.7

aThe NNHS item is "Services Received = Occupational therapy, or physical therapy, or speech and hearing therapy, or vocational rehabiltation."

*Figure should not be assumed to be reliable because the sample size is between 30 and 59.

**Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Key: SE: Standard error; MSA: Metropolitan Statistical Area

Note: The population categories used in this table are as reported from the source of the data (see below).

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Nursing Home Survey.

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